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In Close to the Ground, ...
In Close to the Ground, longtime Buddhist teacher Geri Larkin uses stories from her own life to share some of the gifts that these factors bring. Because she refuses to be anything special, her stories are all of our stories, her humor, all of our humor, her heartbreaks, all of our heartbreaks. In this book, readers discover (or rediscover) that they have many more tools available to help with this work of “life and death” than they realized.
1 Mindfulness Beau Explores a Ladybug Fear as a Best Friend The Fire of Attention Unitasking Loving What Is Retreat Meals
2 Investigation of Phenomena Where Did I Come From?
Seeing Through the Lens Affectionately Known as Me Everybody Suffers Where Does Mexico Start?
Pain Explored The Observing Buddha as a Way of Life, or Channeling Morandi
3 Energetic Effort Who Is a Brahmin?
Racing to the Door Cleaning the House Every Day Nonstop Hundred-Foot Poles Good Friends The Rhinoceros Club
4 Ease Having Kissed My Ass Goodbye No Opinions, No Problem Resistance Free Goodbye, Flattery and Deception No Doubt Again I See Bodhisattvas
5 Joy A Day Safe From Asteroids The Lotus Sutra’s Formula for a Happy Life Without Haste No Place for the Timid The End of Searching Gentleness
6 Concentration Buddha Is Grass Shoes Orange Walnut Salad Gilgamesh’s Car Hello, Wisdom The Power of Perseverance Moving Past Bliss
7 Equanimity Buddha and His Good Friend Drunk Elephant Nothing Gets Rewarded Not Running Away Not Running Away, Part 2
Melodrama Withdrawal How to Be a Seamless Monument